September 2015

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Road trip idea: Finding apples and festivals in Contoocook and Warner

Apples are only the beginning of what this historic village has to offer

When does a school have to ‘make up’ missed services?

Do you need to write a letter to your child’s school? Start here!

An advocate’s timeline

Here’s a roadmap for parents of a child with a disability.

Tim Houle: Learning to be a leader

New Hampshire programs are leading the way for those needing support and services

Making a connection

How to help your child with autism spectrum disorder cultivate friendships

The dream team from Dream Catchers New Hampshire

Two teens inspire the founding of a statewide organization

Gaining employment skills

School-to-work program helps teen with autism build skills and confidence

From sister to son

Lori Noordergraaf passes what she learned from her sister along to her son

Hovering over your children

Parents may be preventing their kids from developing problem-solving skills

Go outside and play

Having a ‘nature deficit’ can be detrimental to your child’s health

How to ensure a successful school career

Everyone deserves a positive experience in the classroom

To my daughter: Rules to live by

With help from Henry and Warren, but not Tommy and Gina

A day in the life of a homeschooler

Parents teaching their children at home appreciate having control over curriculum, schedule, and where they teach

Bring order to the chaos

How to set up your child with ADD/ADHD for success this school year

Teens and tech at home

Tips for managing screen time and usage

Let’s talk about sex and dating

Parent-to-parent tips for getting the conversation started with your teen

Nominations sought for the Spirit of NH awards

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond to give back

Chicken every which way

Recipes include: Grilled Lemon Chicken, Quinoa & Grilled Zucchini Salad and Chinese Noodles with Chicken & Edamame

Teens on a mission

Through workcampNE, Granite State teens are serving God by helping those in need

Local author writes parenting guide

Check out “Parenting in the Here and Now: Realizing the Strengths You Already Have”

Adults in training

One of the issues I enjoy putting together each year is our Teen Issue

YWCA announces family education programs lineup for fall 2015

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We did it again!

We are proud to announce that we were honored with 7 gold awards and a bronze award by the Parenting Media Association at its annual Design and Editorial Awards Competition. This marks the 11th year in a row that Parenting New Hampshire has been honored by PMA, and we are pumped! Read more here.

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